LADY SINGS THE BLUES (Jan 15, 1970) Second draft screenplay by Terence McCloy


New York: Weston Productions, Jan. 15, 1970. Vintage original film script, 11 x 8.5″ (28 x 22 cm.), leatherette “Studio Duplicating Service”-titled wrappers, 126 pp. Mimeograph, near fine in very good+ wrappers, with some creasing to wrappers.

Diana Ross’ first dramatic role in a film, here portraying Billie Holiday, in this loose adaptation of Holiday’s memoir of the same name. Laid in is a typed signed letter from producer Jay Weston to Larry Auerbach at William Morris Agency, along with a one-page typed plot summary and a reader’s criticism. Ross received an Oscar nomination for her performance.

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